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With the end of the school year fast approaching, Bradshaw High School seniors are readying themselves for summer fun, family vacations and, of course, preparing for their futures.

This year's senior class has amassed over $5 million in scholarships. The last two years, BMHS students have totaled over $12 million in scholarships. Thank you to our students, teachers, and counselors for all of their hard work. Impressive!

• BMHS would like to recognize Elizabeth Kruse. Elizabeth is the BMHS salutatorian, and has just been named Optimist International Youth of the Year. Elizabeth has received over $1 million in scholarships, and has earned a full scholarship to the University of Michigan. Humboldt Schools are delighted to recognize such a successful young lady and wish her the best of luck with all of her future endeavors.

• Gear Up (Gaining Early Awareness & Readiness for Undergraduate Programs) proudly recognizes freshman, Dawson Turner, for being accepted into the 2015 ASU Barrett Summer Scholars program.

Dawson will spend two weeks at the ASU-Tempe campus with fellow academically talented freshmen. He will be engaged in college-level coursework and community-building activities. Barrett Summer Scholars program prepares students for enrollment and success for post-secondary education.

• Delta Epsilon Phi (German National Honor Society) recognizes the outstanding achievements of the learners of German, while promoting the study of the German language, literature and civilization. Recent Delta Epsilon Phi inductees include Harrison Ulrich, Kimberlyn Palmer, Jesus Suarez-Flores, Erin Knox, Tim Reichert, Michael Anderson, Austin Szenina, Temple Richards, Ben Delamater, Ian Custis, Austin Sudweeks, and Trey Kline.

• BMHS will be sending eight students to Zeitz, Germany from June 1-18. BMHS has been part of the Prescott-Zeitz Sister City Organization for the last two years. This spring, BMHS families hosted 12 students from Zeitz and now it is their turn to return the favor. Mr. Kort Miner, principal of BMHS, would like to thank the Prescott-Zeitz Sister City, the parents and students for making this incredible adventure come to fruition.

• Bradshaw High School Choral Union has announced the results from the Prescott Center for the Arts Musical Theater competition. Senior Jessica Lau is the overall winner of the Division II category with a perfect score of 100!

Sophomore Kirsi Steverson tied for second place, and honorable mention went to freshman Sarah Nisse.

And, the BMHS band is one of only three performance groups in the entire county asked to attend the event! In addition to this honor, BMHS is the only high school group that was asked to perform.

BMHS Principal Kort Miner said: "Bradshaw High School is making its mark in our community and we couldn't be more proud and happy for the successes of all of our kids. In all they do, both academically, and in their chosen activities."

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Source: Prescott Daily Courier